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Advanced Micro Devices
| First seen
|1998-08-05|| 802.11 legacy mode (DSSS)
used with Intersil PRISM I chipset
|10 devices||3 devices|
|b||2003-04-24|| Alchemy chipset (PCI)
(aka Am1772 chipset)
|9 devices||0 devices||DS|
- Alchemy Semiconductor was acquired by AMD in 2002,
- which in Summer 2006 sold the Alchemy processor line to Raza Microelectronics, Inc.
- In December 2007, Raza Microelectronics changed its name to RMI, Inc.
- In June 2009, NetLogic Microsystems acquired RMI,
- which in turn was acquired by Broadcom in September 2011
The Alchemy SOC family is based on the Alchemy-proprietary MIPS32-compatible 'Au1' core.
Models produced are the Au1000, Au1100, Au1500, Au1550, Au1200 and Au1300 series,
- with the Au1000, Au1500, Au1550 targeted at network appliances
- and Au1100, Au1200 and Au1300 intented for multimedia devices.
Linux is supported on all Alchemy evaluation boards (DB1xxx series), and some third party boards,
- with some peripherals (USB OTG/device controller, video decoder, camera interface) still missing drivers.
|Cores|| First seen
|Notes||ESystems|| PR /
|Type||FCC ID||Manuf||CPU1 model||CPU1 clock speed||FLA1 amount||RAM1 amount||WI1 chip1 model||PHY modes||Release|
|AMD Alchemy DBAu1000 Development Board||wired embedded board||Alchemy Au1000||400 MHz||32 MiB|
|ChipPC Xtreme PC EX7552NG||thin client||Alchemy Au1550||500 MHz||256 MiB|
|Sun Ray 2-3004||thin client||Alchemy Au1550||500 MHz||4 MiB|
|node Node Explorer V3.5||location-aware media player||LUB-80211GCF||Alchemy Au1200||400 MHz||32 MiB|